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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
Founded in 1974, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University is one of the U.S.' most distinguished research organizations devoted to the study of gender. The Clayman Institute creates knowledge and seeks to implement change that promotes gender equality at Stanford, nationally, and internationally. Our current focus is on gendered innovations in science, medicine, and technology.

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JaniceW's picture


Being a past Palo Alto resident, I am familiar with your Institute and so am thrilled to see you joining PulseWire. We have many lively discussions being exchanged on gender equality and I look forward to your input on this issue. We also have many members working in the area of youth education, as a means to empower children to break the cycle of poverty.

I hope that you will share with us some of the Clayman Institute's work and experiences, and if there is anything I can help you with, please let me know and I will try to steer you in the right direction. Again welcome and I look forward to reading more from you.
PulseWire Community Director

Clayman Institute's picture

Thank you!

Dear Janice,
I'm thrilled to be a member. Thank you for your welcome.

I'd be happy to share work from our Institute. Having our knowledge travel is of prime importance! This forum for discussing gender issues if fabulous. I hope to engage more!

All best,

LauraB's picture


We are so glad that the Clayman Institute has joined PulseWire. As a research organization devoted to the issue of gender, your organization can be a touchstone to many of our members. Your research and your posts at PulseWire can be invaluable for them as many, many members are tirelessly envisioning a world with greater equity.

Warm wishes,

PulseWire Volunteer

Maria de Chirikof's picture


It is great to see you on here, it will be very interesting to see what you offer since I think your insight will be very interesting and valuable for us. I know a few are interested in finding accurate statistics in their regions so it will be great to have you here informing, guiding and encouraging them along the way.


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